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Special Resident Retiree’s Visa (SRRV)
Philippine Retirement Visa
A Philippine retirement visa is available to former Filipino citizens and foreign nationals except those classified as restricted by the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Bureau of Immigration. The applicant must be at least 35 years old with no criminal/derogatory record, willing to comply with the deposit/investment requirement, and must be physically present in the Philippines.
Retirement Visa Services in the Philippines FAQs
Who can obtain Retirement Visa in the Philippines?
Foreign nationals and former Filipino citizens who are aged 35 and over and able to remit an initial deposit of as low as US$1,500 are eligible to apply for a Retirement Visa in the Philippines.
What are the requirements for Retirement Visa in the Philippines?
The requirements for obtaining a Retirement Visa in the Philippines are as follows:
- Retirement Visa Application Form
- Original Passport with valid authorized stay
- Police clearance and medical certificate issued abroad, translated in English, and authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate
- Valid National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Clearance or National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (NICA) Clearance (if the applicant has stayed in the Philippines for 6 months or more from the date of latest arrival
- Bank Certificate of visa deposit
- Marriage Certificate
- Birth Certificate/Certificate of Legal Adoption (of dependent/s)
How to obtain a Retirement Visa in the Philippines?
You can obtain a Retirement Visa in the Philippines by availing any of the five visa programs offered by the Philippine Retirement Authority (PRA). Each visa program has its own qualifications and requirements. You can visit PRA’s official website to learn more or book a consultation with one of our visa specialists.